Mar 10, 2013

How to make Non-Bake Snowy White Oreo Cheesecake

Not armed with an oven, but yet would like to try "baking"? After my last project of baking using a rice cooker (check out my recipe for a banana-chocolate cake baked using a rice cooker), now, it's time to take on another project.

Making a Non-Bake Oreo Cheesecake.

Here's how:

Ingredients needed

  • 250g Cream Cheese (Just nice, one block of Philadelphia Cream Cheese)
  • 235g Oreo Cookies
  • 55g Butter
  • 1/4 cup of Sugar
  • 2 teaspoons of Vanilla Essence
  • 2/3 cup of Thickened Cream
  • 2 sheets of gelatine dissolved in 100ml of boiling water
  • Oreo Cookie Chunks
  • Mini Oreo Cookies (for decoration)
  • Strawberries (for decoration)


1. Separate the cream from the biscuits for the Oreo Cookies.

2. Grind all the Oreo biscuits.

3. Mix the Oreo biscuits crumbs with about 10 servings of Oreo cream (1 serving= 1 Oreo cookie's worth of cream) and butter, using an electrical mixer. This forms the base mixture.

4. Line the bottom of the containers with the base mixture.

5. Refrigerate it for 30 minutes.

6. Leave the cream cheese in room temperature for a while to let it soften.

7. Beat the softened cream cheese, sugar, the rest of the Oreo cream and vanilla essence using an electrical mixer.

8. Once the above mixture becomes smooth, add in the thickened cream, 3 tablespoons of gelatine mixture and beat it using an electrical mixer.

Gelatine helps to harden the cheesecake. The cheesecake tends to soften when placed in room temperature for too long. Hence, do adjust the gelatine amount if you prefer a firmer one.

9. Add in the Oreo Cookie chunks, and stir it manually, using a spoon.

10. Pour the top mixture onto the Oreo base.

11. Refrigerate it for at least 3 hours.

According to recipe, it can be served after 3 hours, but I found out accidentally that it actually tastes best after one day of refrigeration. If you leave it in the freezer, then it will taste like Oreo Cheesecake flavoured ice cream.

12. To serve, top it with a strawberry and a mini Oreo cookie as decorations.

Do give it a try. It tastes wonderful~

If you prefer the 'chocolate-tee' type instead, do try this Oreo Cheesecake recipe instead.

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